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Kick back and relax in the ‘heel’ of Italy

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Removed from the crowds of some other Italian resorts, Puglia is essentially ‘the heel of the boot’ of Italy. Buried away in the south, it hides myriad spectacular sights, historical architecture, and beaches untouched by tourism. The choice of cities is so diverse, so let Corrib Travel help you in determining what suits your needs and the most convenient way to travel to your chosen destination

Panti Bliss - High Heels in Low Places

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PANTI BLISS, activist, entertainer, drag queen, personality, and bona fide National Treasure, is bringing her show High Heels In Low Places to the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday July 4 at 8pm.

Mid-heels are the new sexy

There is a new look in town, it is called the mid heel and I am a big fan. A refreshing alternative to sky-high heels, the mid heel gives us a natural allure and enough comfort to walk in all day. From chunky heels with open toe to classic coloured courts, comfortable slingbacks to wedges with ankle straps, these heels come in an array of styles and colours allowing you to update your wardrobe without compromising your comfort. Combine them with any of your work clothing, or weekend wear. Here is how to wear them this spring.

The shoe edit

I am in the leather goods capital of the world right now — Italy. Bags, shoes, wallets, and belts, you name it, Italy has it in the highest quality leather. So there is no better time to talk about my favourite thing, surrounded by the best in the world — shoes.

Must have spring shoes trends

From colour blocking wedges, metallic detail loafers, to classic monochrome, bright hues, and playful floral, spring footwear trends are certainly out of the ordinary. If neutral shades and classic styles have been coveted looks for the past few seasons, it is time to make room for more audacious styles that will update your wardrobe. Here is a round up of what to look forward to this spring.

Mega foot care for runners 

Thousands of Irish women have been pounding the pavements this summer in preparation for the many races, marathons, and fun runs being held all over the country. While running can do great things for your body, it can take a severe toll on your feet, leaving them less than attractive, with corns, calluses, and cracked heels.

Combining comfort and style

Shoes are our guilty pleasure. They can finish off an outfit and flatter your shape. The rights shoes are as important as the right outfit. But above all they have to be comfortable. I have never met a woman that didn’t have a dilemma with her shoes at some point — sometimes you can’t walk in them, they hurt your feet, you don’t know what to wear them with, or they are not stylish enough. I spend a lot of my time on my feet, and after experimenting and looking around I was pleased to find shoes that suit me, are comfortable, and look great with my clothes. This week I want to focus on day shoes that combine style and comfort.

Notes for the season

You know that feeling you get the minute you see the heroine slip down the dark staircase to check the noise in the basement and you silently scream at the telly, “Runnnnnnn!”. Below is a list of five beauty pitfalls that should elicit the exact same response.

Hot shoes to wear this season

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If you are looking forward to updating your shoe collection this spring, here are some styles to look out for.

Join Ballina’s record breaking high heel race for children’s hospital

Six hundred students, teachers — both male and female — parents, and members of the community of Ballina will don their high heels today, Friday, in an attempt to gain a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most entrants in a high heel race. Students have organised the race as part of Kellogg’s Jump for Joy Schools Challenge, which encourages students to get active while raising much needed funds for Crumlin Children’s Hospital. The people of Ballina are being urged to strap on their high heels and get involved as a minimum of 1,000 participants are needed to break the existing record.

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